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Jumaat, 25 Mac 2016

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Laporan SPRM ‘Khairy taja umrah Pemuda Umno’ ditangguh


Pemimpin akar umbi Pemuda Umno, Syed Rosli Syed Harman Jamalullail hari ini menangguhkan hasratnya untuk membuat laporan rasmi kepada Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia (SPRM) ke atas Menteri Belia dan Sukan Khairy Jamaluddin Abu Bakar.
Syed Rosli menaklumkan kepada Malaysiakini bahawa dirinya tidak sihat dan akan membuat laporan pada hari lain.
Penolong Setiausaha Pemuda Umno, Cawangan Pusat Bandar Taman Chempaka, Bahagian Pandan, Selangor itu dijadualkan membuat laporan berkenaan di ibu pejabat SPRM di Putrajaya pagi ini
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tetiba abang kita ini sakit perut
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tetiba abang kita ini sakit
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ini mesti kena bomoh
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bomoh bawak beg
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soalan nya bomoh mana?
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sakit lagi ke?
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sila ambil tai tai kam
MAT PUTAR ALAM



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tabung haji buat untung, keluarga saud pun buat untung. mcm mana tak mahal. urusan ibadat pun nak diurusniagakan.

Saudi Arabia to move from oil, earn more from Hajj

As part of a diversification strategy, Saudi Arabia is to broaden pilgrimage services to reduce its dependence on falling oil revenue, reported the Saudi Gazette newspaper.

The pilgrimage industry is the country’s second most important after oil and gas. Nearly two million foreign pilgrims visit the holy city of Mecca annually during Hajj. The figure is expected to reach 2.7 million by 2020.

National Tourism Committee member Abdul Ghani Al-Ansari emphasized the need to restructure the sector to make it a MAJOR CONTRIBUTOR to the national economy.

According to economists, religious pilgrimages such as Hajj and Umrah have significant growth potential and the ability to create more job opportunities for young Saudis. The tourism sector contributes $22.6 billion (85 billion Saudi riyals) to Saudi Arabia’s GDP with Hajj and Umrah providing $12 billion (45 billion Saudi riyals).